THE SMALLEST CREATURE: one in a Million Friday, 11 November 2016 21:30 by madseason
The smallest Creature - High Low You

Do you remember my post about The smallest Creature from last August?
I covered their brilliant singles Reboot and Copenhagen and told you those tracks were to be featured on an upcoming full album.

Well, that album's arrived! It's titled Million and will be independently released next week on November 18.
In addition, the band put the album on their site and on Bandcamp a week before its official release, so you can stream it now!

And, if this is not enough, clicking on the image you can watch the brand new video for the first song on the album, titled High Low You.

If you liked TsC's previous singles, Million's going to be an easy winner for you: we're talking of 11 tracks of high quality alternative rock, with charming atmospheres and captivating melodies.

Kudos to these 3 cypriots for delivering one of the best independent album of the year!

The smallest Creature - Copenhagen (lyric)

It's always a pleasure featuring bands from unusual places, at least when it comes to rock music.
The smallest Creature is an alternative rock trio from Cyprus. It's the brainchild of songwriter, vocalist and guitarist Stefanos Marnerides, joined in this musical adventure by long time friends Stephanos Nicolaou on bass and Iacovos Stylianides on drums.

After several live shows The smallest Creature started writing and recording a number of original songs to be featured on an upcoming full album. A couple of these songs have been just released as singles: I'm talking of Reboot and Copenhagen.

Both tracks shows the ability of the band to craft intelligent yet enjoyable rock songs: a mesmerizing, fascinating sound with captivating melodies that suggests a comparison with the more accessible tracks of Radiohead and (very) early-days Coldplay. You can find the video for Reboot here, while, to check the lyric video for Copenhagen, please click on the image above.

The smallest Creature are a nice and more than welcome surprise and I cant't wait to hear more music from these three talented Cypriots.